Lighthouse Tropical Inn

Address: Road 100 Intersection 102, Puerto Rico, 00623 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Road 100 Intersection 102, Puerto Rico, is near Cabo Rojo, Combate Beach, Buye Beach, and Panoramic Route (Ruta Panoramica).
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

Rain forest adventure

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jun 26, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... place with a lot of trickling water and chirping frogs. Mostly we drove through, which was a convenient and acceptable way to view the towering trees from the comfort of our seats.
The first thing we found was La Coca Falls, which is a tall rock face covered with a thin sheet of water, right by the side of the road. This allowed us to get out, stretch our legs, and enjoy the beautiful weather. Down in San Juan the heat is oppressive, but in El Yunque, the bit ...

Entry 6: Adventure is out there

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Apr 25, 2015

3 photos

... it might quench my thirst for adventure, I wasn't disappointed. Once you climb the first part of the waterfall, You face one big mountain of rock shaped by the constant running water. Climbing this part is a tremendous workout, but its a lot of fun. At the top, the river gets more and more narrow, as if you enter the core of the Earth itself, but Tomas and I kept going towards the unknown. Unfortunately, we had to turn back because it was starting to get dark, but ...

Entry 4: Is that the ocean?

A travel blog entry by martinlblais on Apr 12, 2015

12 comments, 5 photos

... in Puerto Rico. My supervisor said that it was about a 6 hour hike total, I am super excited! I can't wait to take some photographs and some timelapses. I was really looking forward this hike, of course we already have a private trail on our property, but I prefer when a hike is long and difficult, because it's more rewarding when you arrive at the top. I don't know exactly how high is the mountain, but I think it's around 2000 feet. It's not really high, but it should ...

Old San Juan

A travel blog entry by kharby on Mar 10, 2013

29 photos

... a hamburger and a Corona to wash it down. Our plan was to get on the last trolley but the booze kicked in and we just jumped on the bus and went back to the hotel. We had a quick nap then went for a walk down the water's edge. Lots of locals were enjoying their day by the water. BBQing , swimming, kayaking, you could rent paddle boards and paddle boats. As we walked back we walked around the ...

Thetwinsontour are in Puerto Rico with momma

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 21, 2012

... they hand her the check. Yes! But she just stares at it and hands it to me. No! Where is the justice in this world? Like right now I am laying on the beach, lathered up in sunscreen, wearing my big hat, and it is raining on me. The sun is shining, the clouds look harmless, and I am getting wet. What is with that? If this continues too much longer, I might have to seek shelter. In a bar. And drown my sorrows in a piņa colada or two. But I paid $4 ...

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